On ‘affinity housing’ on college campuses (basically racially segregated dorms) and liberal racialists of color
A dystopian short story by Hector Luis Alamo
Hector chats with his old buddy from Chicago, Claudio Cortés, now living in Milwaukee. Claudio was a fellow contributor for Gozamos in Pilsen and the former host of the podcast Modern Macho.
Hector chats with a pair of high-school girls about drugs, socializing, school shootings, trap music, and a whole lot more.
It’s impossible to tell the good guys from the bad guys at first glance.
Reforms to policing and the criminal justice system aren’t simply a matter of black and white, argues Aaron Fountain.
Marijuana smoke is, oftentimes, the sigh of an oppressed person.
Why an understanding of black history is crucial for all people of color.